Well, the election is over. In a couple of months a new president will be inaugurated.
Life is so beautiful, yet so full of misery and despair. As people, we struggle with mistakes we make and the negative consequences of others' choices. We ache and hurt as we go through trials and experience suffering. We feel helpless, and often hopeless in our actions to change our circumstances.
Several close friends have confided in me in recent months, all saying something like this: "I am in the deepest pit of my life and God is completely silent."
We must understand that in order to be fair and equal to all we must be blind. We can't see who we are dealing with because it will give us an unfair advantage.
As Christians, we should be aware that the Bible is full of commands that we are to follow. We need to remember that God's commands are not to make us miserable or to somehow punish us, but for our ultimate good.
As a pastor I hear a variety of questions, but some come more frequently than others.
It's hard to miss Simran Jeet Singh, even in the midst of a bustling student union. His deep red turban and full, black beard make him stick out, and that is one of the reasons why he's always talking about them.
Fewer than half of U.S. adults say shared faith is a very important indicator of a successful marriage, but religiously mixed households can create unexpected consequences for couples, as well as their future children, according to a new Pew Research Center report on religion and family life.
Scientists have finally decided to offer the world a look inside what’s often considered to be the tomb of Jesus Christ.
The forgiveness offered by God is for all men who will obey God's will. It has been and is his desire for all men to be saved (I Timothy 2:4).
God created us to live with and love those we cherish. Our relationships with those we care most about bring us an almost immeasurable sense of joy when they work well, and a sense of despair when they don’t.
I'm a worrier. I worry and stress and agonize over too many things. I have fears and paranoia. When these thoughts enter my mind, I have to take a step back and decide if this is inspiration from God (usually not) or my own anxieties taking the lead (usually so).
Life does not come without hardship, disappointments and suffering. But, just because life isn't perfect doesn't mean that we have to live in despair. We can have peace, even amid the difficulties in our lives.
"Render to all what is due them; tax to whom tax is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honor to whom honor." - Romans 13: 7
The question "why would God still love me after the mistakes I have made?" might be one of the most difficult questions every person asks themselves.
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In the book of Mark, chapter 16, verse 15, we are told to "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation."